There is a warm ambience right when you walk into Cafe Orange. Our waitress greeted us with a big smile and she had a lovely presence. We were seated quickly and drinks were brought to us. We started off with a bowl of Miso soup (it comes with every meal, on the house). I'm a huge soup fan, and the miso soup wasn't anything to rave about but it was a good starter. I forget the name of the dish my mother ordered but it had vegetables, white rice, delicious melt in your mouth meat and an AMAZING sauce. It's like Edo Japan stepped their game up 20x. I ordered a crispy roll (tempura shrimp, cucumber and crab? I think?) and it was drizzled with some sort of spicy chili sauce. This was one of the most outstanding rolls I've ever eaten. It was just the right amount and my mother's dish left you perfectly full. The ambiance in this cafe was very zen and it had very eccentric music playing. The interior decorating inside this establishment was inspiring. I would definately eat here again, no questions asked!